MetroStar Systems’ Director of National Security, Mike Spagna has been chosen to be a part of The American Council for Technology and Industry Advisory Council (ACT-IAC). Today they announced its 2020 Partners Program class. ACT-IAC is an elite group of executives that work together to share thought leadership as well as dynamic ideas. The nine-month Partners Program will pair government and industry professionals to “collectively engage, develop, and prepare for their future roles at the Senior Executive Service (SES) and corporate executive officer levels.”
The selection for the Partners Program is highly competitive. It offers leaders a challenging curriculum focused on creating true collaboration through a 1:1 ratio of government to industry participants to address complex workplace issues within the Federal technology marketplace. The Partners Program will allow Spagna to represent MetroStar among an elite class of influential executive leadership within industry and government.
Spagna was referred to the program by MetroStar’s Director of Growth, Mari Spyker, and was nominated by MetroStar’s Senior Vice President of Civilian and Homeland, Gail Rissler. For more information on the ACT-IAC 2020 Partner Program check out the ACT-IAC 2020 Class to learn more!